Is My Move Insured?

Nobody thinks they will get into an accident, until it’s already happened. Even though you have a million other things on your mind during a move, you should definitely set aside some time to get familiar with what coverage you currently have, and whether it will apply to your moving truck rental. Here’s some commonly asked […]

What size storage unit do you get 30 days free?

When you rent a truck or trailer for a one-way move, U-Haul offers a free month of storage at participating U-Haul Centers (terms and conditions may apply to Self-Storage affiliates and Independent Dealers). This comes in especially handy when you’re, either, downsizing to a smaller size home and can no longer fit all of your […]

How do you find and rent a storage unit?

The boxes are packed, the truck is loaded and your belongings are being taken into your new home. As you begin to unpack and arrange rooms, you realize there are things that you want to keep but are not an immediate need to be kept in sight. Maybe your new home doesn’t have enough closet/storage space and you […]

What’s the minimum amount of time to rent a storage unit?

Storing your belongings can come in handy for many occasions. Do you need to downsize, but don’t want to get rid of your belongings because you will need them in the future? What about that short term job opportunity overseas? You can store your belongings in a U-Haul storage unit for the time that you […]

How Much is a Storage Unit

When looking for a storage unit, determining how much you want to spend per month is a vital step. Part of that process involves getting an idea of how much units cost on average around the city you live in. As you start to search, you’ll realize there aren’t really any “standard” sizes when it […]

What to do as a College Sophomore

Sophomore year is definitely a transition year. This is the time to solidify who you are as an individual. You are no longer a freshman just starting to figure things out and getting comfortable in your own skin and you aren’t an upperclassman yet who is expected to be on their right path already. Trying to […]

Summer Driving Tips from a Race Car Driver

Driving is statistically one of the most dangerous activities that you will do all day. As a professional race car driver, I can say with 100% confidence that I am one of the “best” drivers of a car. However, I put “best” in quotations because I can be the best driver in the world and still […]

Grilling Times: Boneless Chicken Breast

Grilled chicken is basically a staple food. You toss it on top of a salad, add some to a pizza, serve it over a bed of noodles, of just enjoy it as is. No matter how it is that you like to eat your grilled chicken, you need to grill your breasts just right first. Grilling […]

Top 5 Cities for Fishing

Fishing means being surrounded by the whisper of a line being cast into the open waters, the splash when the hook hits the water, serene scenery with towering mountain ranges and deep thick woods. But most of all, it means a different experience for each angler. From the laid back, cast a line and wait […]

Age to Rent a Trailer

Getting ready for your next move? Having to decide between a truck or a trailer is just one of the questions to ask but as you begin planning your next move, there are a few more questions that come to mind to someone whom may have never rented a truck, let alone a trailer. What is […]

What Size Hitch Ball Do I Need For My Trailer?

So you want to rent a trailer but aren’t sure what size hitch ball you need? There are only 3 standard sizes in the United States: 1-7/8 inch, 2 inch and 2-5/16 inch hitch balls. You’ll also want to pay attention to what weight capacity your hitch ball is rated for. Considering how many different […]

How to Avoid Unpacking Procrastination

After you’ve managed to make it to your new home and have successfully completed your move, binge watching your favorite movies or TV shows on the couch sounds like the best idea ever. You just lugged all your boxes from your moving truck into your new place, and going through the effort of unpacking them […]